• News for E- Communication - Toolkit Program

    Thursday, October 10, 2019
    Objective: To assure that all personnel can recognize common types of aerial lifts and elevated platforms, and are familiar with their minimum safety requirements.Click here to download the complete training short in EnglishClick here to download the complete training short in Spanish Safety & Training Shorts provided by George Petersen Insurance Agency, the proud broker of the Marin Builders ...read more
    Categories: E- Communication - Toolkit Program, Education, Safety and Training, Cornerstone Partner News, E-Communication - Newsletter
    Tuesday, October 08, 2019
    Pictograms were developed to simplify hazard communication on chemical container labels and safety data sheets (SDSs), regardless of manufacturer or country of origin.  The pictograms are based on images and symbols employees throughout the world would recognize and understand. All pictograms will be a diamond on a point with a red border and a black image associated with the hazard in the ...read more
    Categories: E- Communication - Toolkit Program, Cornerstone Partner News, Education, Safety and Training, E-Communication - Newsletter
    Monday, September 30, 2019
    Power tools can be very dangerous when used improperly. Cuts, punctures, electric shock, and burns are common consequences of accidents involving these tools. Always exercise caution when working with or around power tools.Click here to download the complete training short in EnglishClick here to download the complete training short in Spanish Safety & Training Shorts provided by George Petersen ...read more
    Categories: E- Communication - Toolkit Program, Cornerstone Partner News, E-Communication - Newsletter, Education, Safety and Training
    Monday, September 23, 2019
    Many chemicals, such as acids and bases, are corrosive and can easily damage employees’ skin and eyes. The severity of damage depends on how strong the chemical is, how long contact is maintained, and what actions are taken after contact is made. The first 10 – 15 seconds after exposure to a hazardous substance are critical. Delaying treatment may cause serious injury. Eye wash stations and safety ...read more
    Categories: E- Communication - Toolkit Program, Education, Safety and Training, General News Article, E-Communication - Newsletter
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